Monday, September 26, 2016

Users of older Windows and Android will be left without Skype.

Microsoft is going to stop support Skype for older versions of the operating systems Windows Phone and Android. This information is published in the official blog of the service.

According to the developers, Skype goes to a modern cloud architecture, allowing the service begins to support new features not available previously – such as sharing files and the interpreter in real time.

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Support Skype stop is planned for mobile platforms Windows Phone 8 and Android 4.0.3. Thus the users will have a more pleasant experience using the service, according to the company.

Staff Skype also promises that the device is based on Android 4.0.3 and older, as well as PCs, laptops and tablets running Windows 7/8/XP/Vista/10 and iOS 8 and above will be supported by new version of Skype.


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